Danine Fresch Gray & Manisha Grover
“Our motto, “Mouth, Mind and Body,” promotes integrative dental health so that dental solutions are created based upon life’s challenges, genetic risk factors and science. Healing is for a lifetime.”
Q: What are your top priorities for women patients?
A: Helping women live healthier lives! Women tend to be gatekeepers to their families’ health and their health and wellbeing often take a backseat. Our motto, “Mouth, Mind and Body,” promotes integrative dental health so that dental solutions are created based upon life’s challenges, genetic risk factors and science. Healing is for a lifetime.
Q: Your practice is women owned with an all-female staff—why is that important to you?
A: Part of paying it forward in business is creating mentorship opportunities for those beginning their business careers. We encourage our team’s professional development, so they are not only better providers of dental care, but better individuals. Our values encourage self-worth through education, relationship building, individualized customer service and community outreach. We’re lucky to live in an area that encourages health and social service integration.
Q: What’s changed for women in dentistry over your career?
A: Our ever-evolving field has seen a huge growth in female entrepreneurship. Here at Clarendon Dental Arts we are proud to continue our vision by further empowering women in business. It is with humbleness, gratitude and positivity that Dr. Manisha Grover has joined our practice to continue the high level of care we’ve steadfastly provided the Arlington community for more than 30 years. Keeping a women-owned business in this community reflects the diversity, gentle touch and necessity that this world and our local community currently needs. We look forward to doubling our efforts within the community and building upon the many lasting relationships that have developed over the years.